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1. Minimum order value is £8.00
2. At checkout, please specify your required delivery date in the “Comments or special instructions” box, or your order may not be received.
3. Please note that payment is by cash or cheque at time of delivery.
Areas we deliver to include Portlethen, Muchalls, Newtonhill, Stonehaven, Catterline, Kinneff, Inverbervie, Gourdon, Johnshaven, St Cyrus and Laurencekirk.
- Carrots (New season)
Unwashed, retaining their purity, our most popular veg, truly delicious, sweet and fresh tasting. Delicious in soups, meat dishes & roasting. Taste the difference!
- Neeps (swedes)
Neeps are creamy coloured with a lovely purple, red or greenish upper part where the taproot has been exposed to sunlight. You can buy winter neeps all year round, but peak season is from October to February. They can be peeled with a potato peeler, then cut into small chunks ready to be cooked. Neep … Continue reading “Neeps (swedes)”
- Oca (Yams or Maori potatoes)
Oca originate from the Andes, although in Tasmania and New Zealand and they are locally known as yams or Maori potatoes. They contain oxalic acid, so have a tang to them like sorrel. They are delicious; crunchy when raw, lovely steamed, best of all roasted in butter. Thank you to Tamar for suggesting we try … Continue reading “Oca (Yams or Maori potatoes)”
The parsnip is related to the carrot, but looks paler and has a sweeter flavour. Parsnips can be boiled, roasted or used in stews, soups and casseroles. Roasted parsnip is considered to be an essential part of the Christmas dinner in some part of the English speaking world and is also frequently featured in the … Continue reading “Parsnips”
- Red onions
Red onions have a purplish red skin and white flesh tinged with red. They can be grilled or roasted whole, but are also good to eat raw – chopped or sliced into salads, salsas, dressings and marinades.